New leaks show us a close up of the new LeEco Le2 flagship with a near bezel-less design and metal body.
Since they released their original Le series of phones, LeEco have been using a black border design that runs right up to the sides of their devices to give the impression of a borderless design. The optical illusion obviously fails to work once the screen is on, and generally people aren’t too keen on the thick black borders around their displays.
For the LeEco Le2 the company have pulled the same trick but this time the black border has been narrowed to a much thinner sliver of black around the panel.
The leak shown in this photo shows a purported LeEco Le2 up close with the narrowest bezel from the company to date along with a metal side and power + volume buttons on the right of the handset.
In other leaks this week the Le2 has been seen with a loop antenna design (similar to the iPhone and current Meizu phones), which are backed up with rumours of the phone getting a Snapdragon 821 chipset, 8GB RAM and 64GB of internal memory.
The next leeks we are waiting to see is the one from TENAA so we can finally put the rumours to bed.